Representing the Unmarried Couple: Tips for the Trusts & Estates and Elder Law Practitioner

Tuesday, June 14, 2016
9:00 a.m. - 12:50 p.m.

New York Society of Security Analysts
1540 Broadway, Suite 1010
New York, NY 10036

NYSBA Member: $135
Non-Member: $235

Program Co-Sponsors:
Elder Law and Special Needs Section
Trusts and Estates Law Section
Committee on Continuing Legal Education

4.0 MCLE Credits: 3.0 Professional Practice, 1.0 Ethics
This program has been approved for MCLE credit in New York for all attorneys, including newly-admitted (less than 24 months).

Not Able to Attend in Person?
A Live Webcast Option is Available. (Note: Newly admitted attorneys (less than 24 months) can attend the webcast program and receive New York MCLE credit. The ethics portion must be viewed at the same time as the simultaneous webcast.)

Who Should Attend: Trusts & Estates and Elder Law Practitioners; Tax Attorneys and Financial Planners; General Practitioners Representing Unmarried Couples.

Program Description:
Attorneys representing married couples are fully aware of the well-established approaches to assisting their clients. However, representing unmarried couples often requires the practitioner to work with his/her client to structure solutions that approximate the benefits enjoyed by married couples. An experienced faculty of seasoned practitioners will share their tips and tried and true solutions to providing unmarried couples with appropriate resolutions tailored to their needs in the areas of elder law, tax planning and trusts and estates planning.  

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